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Pula, Croatia


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The largest city in Istria and the eighth largest city in Croatia, situated at the southern tip of the peninsula. It is known for its multitude of ancient Roman buildings and its beautiful sea. It houses the best-preserved Roman colosseum (Pula Arena) outside of Italy.


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Last reviewed: 25 February 2019

Pula description

The largest city in Istria and the eighth largest city in Croatia, situated at the southern tip of the peninsula. It is known for its multitude of ancient Roman buildings and its beautiful sea. It houses the best-preserved Roman colosseum (Pula Arena) outside of Italy.

Pula related tours

We at Monterrasol Travel welcome you to see Pula during multi-day small group car tour. Contact us if you would like to customize your tour to Pula.

We have developed several small group tours that visiting beautiful Pula. But, if you have a special conditions or any from these tours fit you, please do not hesitate to contact us, we can organize a tour exactly as you would like. We charge nothing for develop a custom itinerary. And remember, we have no problems to take you from almost any place where you stay, hotel or private accommodation.


Explore Croatia UNESCO sites + meet Bosnia medieval land in 16 days tour. Balkans roadtrip from Zagreb to Dubrovnik.

tour starts in: Zagreb, Croatia

tour finishes in: Dubrovnik, Croatia

tour duration: 16 days (15 nights)

tour countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia

tour destinations: Blagaj, Dubovac, Klis, Labin, Loreto, Mogorjelo, Morosini, Mostar, Nehaj, Počitelj, Pula, Radimlja, Rijeka, Rovinj, Senj, Split, Stolac, Trebinje, Trogir, Tvrdoš, Zadar, Zavala, Šibenik

We invite you to visit with us the most important UNESCO towns of Dalmatian coast and Bosnia. with our an all seasons 16 days tour we going to see 2 countries, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, to walks Venetian towns and medieval fortresses, take stunning scenic roads and admire architecture, nature and landscapes. On the way from Zagreb down to coast we will visit Dubovac fortress. We will stay in town Rijeka, where we will see a local museum and 2 fortresses. On the way to Pula, we will see small town Labin with cute historic center and amazing view from hilltop. In Pula, the largest town of Croatian Istria, known for its multitude of ancient Roman buildings, we need to see the most famous one, the Pula Arena, one of the best preserved Roman amphitheaters. In Pula, we will see the historic center with fortress and few churches. Before we will arrive to the the neighbor of Pula, the town Rovinj, we will see very good preserved castle Morosini and walk in Medieval Theme Park located nearby. In Rovinj, officially bilingual town with Italian and Croatian languages, we will walk over historic center to see the Basilica of St. Euphemia. On the way to Dalmatia region, we will see town Senj, where need to see the symbol of the town, Nehaj fortress from 1558. Next, we will move to Zadar to walk over historical center and see why Zadar was important Venetian town. In Sibenik, another Venetian town, we will see famous cathedral (UNESCO World Heritage site) and see its historical center and two fortresses. Close to Sibenik is also located coastal St. Nicholas fortress (UNESCO World Heritage site) we going to visit and walk around. In another one Venetian town, Trogir (UNESCO World Heritage site), we will walk in historical center and harbor. Split, next Dalmatian town we going to visit, is well-known for its historical center with beautiful architecture. On the way from Split to Mostar we will see fortress Klis, known by Game of Thrones. In Mostar (UNESCO World Heritage site) we will explore the historic center and walk over famous Mostar bridge. After Mostar we will see historical town Blagaj with dervish monastery (tekija) built around 1520, historic town Pocitelj, served as open-air museum, with narrow streets and old Ottoman fort with great view. On the way to Trebinje, we will see archaeological site Radimlja with carved gravestones (UNESCO World Heritage Site), hilly fortress Stolac with great view, and small Zavala monastery partially located in cave. In Trebinje, we will taste real Herzegovina wine from family running winery in Trebinje, and before arrive to Dubrovnik we will admire famous Tvrdos orthodox monastery with it own wine cellar where we will taste local wines.

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